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Full Empty SpaceFull Empty Space

Installation view: MoMA PS1, New York.

Full Empty Space

2001. Monofilament, adhesive tape, plastic foil, daylight. Dimensions variable.

Upon entering the space the viewer is surrounded by whiteness - by light. Lots of barely visible elements float all around him/ her. By following the rhythm of a simple geometrical repetition of these elements in the space, our movements slow down.

There is a choice to stay outside of the installation and follow its rhythm visually, or to enter it, which adds a physical layer to the viewer’s experience. The material elements, instead of shaping and defining the space, underline perception of its emptiness and immateriality.

Installation views: MoMA PS1, New York.